Former Golden State Warriors big man, Andrew Bogut, was less than two minutes into his Cleveland Cavaliers’ debut before he suffered an apparent left leg injury.
Bogut went down at the start of the second quarter after he appeared to bump knees with Heat forward, Okaro White. He eventually had to be helped off the court by his teammates:
Two minutes into his debut with the Cavs, Andrew Bogut suffered a left leg injury.
He needed to be aided off the court. pic.twitter.com/8r7NDsCVEP
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 7, 2017
Within minutes, the Cavaliers announced that Bogut had fractured his left tibia and will be out indefinitely. It’s an unfortunate mishap for the Australian big man, who only joined the Cavs late last week, and has had trouble staying healthy all throughout his 12-year NBA career.